The Columbus Crew will be missing at least seven players due to injury on Saturday night, giving the New England Revolution an even better chance to continue their momentum while at Gillette Stadium.
After having a bye weekend last weekend, the Revs get back to action on Saturday night in their second straight match at home. They're coming off an impressive 2-0 win over the Chicago Fire on June 2 at Gillette Stadium, and enter Saturday's match against the Crew with a 4-1-1 record at home.
Going against New England would be Columbus' victorious past in Foxborough, where the Revolution haven't defeated the Crew since 2006.
If the Revs are going to break that losing skid at home to the Crew, they'll have to do it without the availability of Ryan Guy (calf), Tim Murray (knee) and Zak Boggs (ankle), who have all been ruled out.
Clyde Simms (ankle) and Sainey Nyassi (hamstring) are questionable, along with Michael Roach (adductor).